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2nd November 2012

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Sticky Notifications Description

On the face of it, Sticky Notifications is a very simple application. It allows you to create your own "Sticky" notifications in Mountain Lion, or in Lion (using Growl). Want a quick reminder on screen, Just click on the menubar icon or use a keyboard shortcut to create it in a flash.

Sticky Notifications also has integration with many other aspects of your Mac such as Automator and System Services, as well a full URL scheme to enable integration with Alfred and Launchbar

This full tutorial includes sections on:

  • Introduction
  • Using Sticky Notifications
  • Configuring Sticky Notifications
  • Automator Integration
  • System Service Integration
  • URL Scheme
  • Custom Searches

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ChapterDuration
Start[53s]
Introduction[2m 6s]
Using Sticky Notifications[2m 14s]
Configuring Sticky Notifications[3m 58s]
Automator Integration[5m 21s]
System Service Integration[1m 59s]
URL Scheme[3m 21s]
Custom Searches[2m 29s]
Wrap Up[1s]

Comments

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  • Ian Renshaw
    I get the same problem. I have emailed instinctive code for advice.
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    Ian Renshaw
    It's a two finger swipe to the right and that snoozes the notification. I've tested it and it works :)
  • Stephen Kast
    Hi, I might be missing something but when I click on a blank area of a stick notification is does not disappear like it does in Don's demo. The only way it goes from the main screen is to close??
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